Ideas for Student Feedback Forms
I always hope that students will feel comfortable writing their names on their feedback forms; it can be empowering for them to stand up for their views, especially if they are criticizing some aspect of the program. Realistically, however, some students may feel intimidated, and some feedback warrants privacy and confidentiality. Therefore, I always make it optional for students to write their names on these forms.
What did you like about the activities in the Girl House and Beyond workshop? Why?
What didn’t you like? Why?
What, if anything, would you change about the workshop to make it better?
Were you satisfied with your own contribution(s) to the workshop? What, if anything, might
you have done differently?
Did you like/not like the facilitator’s teaching methods? Any thoughts for improvements?
What did you find to be the most surprising aspect of the workshop, or what stood out most to
you about it?
Would you recommend this workshop to a friend? Why or why not?
Describe an action that you have taken because you participated in this workshop.
Beyond: A Facilitator’s Guide for Empowering